Thank you for making the Gobeshona4 conference a success!

It is our pleasure to inform you that the 4th annual Gobeshona Conference successfully ended on the 11th January this year. We hope that you found the Conference informative and worthwhile. Our primary goal was to bring together global climate change professionals from around Bangladesh and the world in order to have an open dialogue to discuss the key climate change issues, develop possible strategies for adaptation and build a knowledge sharing platform.

We greatly appreciate your enthusiasm and positive attitude that helped make our time together both productive and inspiring. Thank you for your comments and suggestions on the evaluation forms:  we assure you that each will be given due consideration so that future conferences will be even more successful.

Watch the conference overview video

As a reminder, we are working on transcribing all the plenary and parallel sessions notes and once everything has been aggregated we will upload the material on our website please getting in touch with us. Many of you have requested a copy of the slides used by the speakers at the conference.

These can be found on the Gobeshona4 Presentation page .

If you wish to view photos from the event please visit our flickr album .

[one_fourth]Climate change is a matter of survival[/one_fourth][one_fourth]Experts: Climate induced non-economic loss needs to be addressed[/one_fourth]

[one_fourth]Microhabitat plays an important role in indigenous fish production[/one_fourth]

[one_fourth_last]Experts: Geo-engineering, quality research can help mitigate climate change effects[/one_fourth_last]

[one_fourth] Global warming pose risk of cholera outbreak in Bangladesh [/one_fourth][one_fourth]Experts: Haor regions need short-duration rice varieties to avoid crop damage in flash flood

[/one_fourth][one_fourth]Study: Bangladesh has green policies but lags in execution[/one_fourth][one_fourth_last]We need a holistic approach to combat climate change and extreme event vulnerability


[one_fourth]LDC universities build alliance to stop dependence on western climate experts[/one_fourth][one_fourth]Creating climate services in Bangladesh[/one_fourth]

[one_fourth]Social science research and the climate action challenge[/one_fourth]

[one_fourth_last]Gobeshona conference stresses capacity building to tackle climate change[/one_fourth_last]